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Agriculture in Post War Britain

"MOST FOOD COMES FROM FARMS" The Radical

Farming in the UK is a vitally important part of the overall economy as well as meeting the majority of our domestic food consumption needs. Overall, agriculture contributed around £24 billion of revenues and around £8.5 billion of Gross Value Added to the UK economy in 2015.

 

 

 

Since the end of World War II in 1945, British agriculture has become 'production orientated'. In the second

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Small abattoirs failed by lack of joined-up thinking from Government

 

Small abattoirs are being failed by a lack of joined-up thinking from different Government bodies, Emily Miles, chief executive of the Food Standards Agency (FSA), has said.

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Ms Miles, who has been working with small abattoir owners to address the problems they face, said she had been left ‘frustrated’ by the issue.

Her comments came as peers in the House of Lords prepared to debate an

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WEIGHTS AND MEASURES - A PIECE OF BACONFAT UNDER THE SCALES AND TRADING POOR STANDARDS

Min of Food

ARE YOU BEING SERVED WITH THE SEAL OF APPROVAL OF THE TRADING STANDARDS

MORRISONS - BARNARD CASTLE PULLED A FAST ONE ON THE 10th JUNE 2020.

I REPORTED IT TO COUNTY DURHAM TRADING STANDARDS AND STILL AWAIT A RESPONSE

SOMETHING TO DO WITH NOT ON OUR PATCH BUT WAKEFIELD HANDLE "THE MOORISONS"

IS WHAT IS SAYS ON THE TIN  ACTUALLY IN THE TIN ?

BRITAIN NEEDS A MINISTER OF FOOD - TO CONTROL PRODUCERS PROCESSORS AND PROTECT CONSUMERS

 

 

CHOP CHOP FOR THE BBQ ?

Sheep market cools but prices up on 2019

New season lambs fell by 5 per cent to 249p/kg in the week to May 27 and old season prices were 11 per cent lower at 187p/kg.

Sheep market cools but prices up on 2019

There was also a downwards trend through the week, with prices slipping towards the 240p/kg mark.

Prices however continued to average higher than last year, by 6 per cent for new season stock and 8

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IF FOOD BE THE FOUNDATION OF LIFE - PLAY ON - BUT NOT WITH PEOPLE'S LIVES

PROFIT BEFORE PEOPLE AGAIN -FOOD IS CONTAMINATED BY THE PROCESSING FOR PROFIT AND IS ADULTERATED BY PARLIAMENT

Published: 09 October 2018
 

 

 
 Food Imports
The Radical
8th Oct 2018
 
LIKE MOST IMPORTANT THINGS IN LIFE, 
WOULD YOU LEAVE FOX GOVE IN CHARGE OF YOUR LARDER ?
 
WHAT BRITAIN DESPERATELY NEEDS IS A BRITISH AGRICULTURAL POLICY FOR BRITAIN
 
ONE THAT CUTS IMPORTS AND DEVELOPS HOME GROWN PRODUCED FOOD
FUCK THE FANCIES
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AFTER LOCKDOWN HAS YOUR EATING HABITS CHANGED FOR THE BETTER ?

SENIORS SHOULD AVOID JUNK FOOD - UPDATED BIG MAC

Published: 14 September 2018
 

 

 
Junk food
Just because you either :-
 
a) Forgot to buy dinner
 
b) Successfully located the shopping list ,only to burn your meal, there is no excuse for buying and consuming junk food and then pretending its good for you.
 
Junk food contains unnaturally high levels of sugar ,thus causing enormous fluctuations in our blood sugar levels, leading to a
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HOME GROWN - WITH A CONTROL ON FOOD IMPORTS MEANS BETTER PROTECTION AGAINST DISEASES

John Redwood reveals new farming benefits after years of 'damage from ill-judged EU'

JOHN REDWOOD revealed the benefits UK farmers can expect after a new post-Brexit trade deal is agreed as the UK cuts ties with the EU.

PUBLISHED: 06:50, Wed, Apr 29, 2020 | UPDATED: 11:31, Wed, Apr 29, 2020
 

Tory MP John Redwood insisted the UK farming and agriculture industry would thrive after a new post-Brexit trade deal

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Wet Markets quality varies

 

wet markets

Wet market

 
A wet market is a marketplace selling fresh meat, fish, produce,
and other perishable goods as distinguished from "dry markets"
that sell durable goods such as fabric and electronics.
 
The Radical  has seen Wet Markets in the UK Europe, and Asia
The worst for hygiene is the Thailand followed by Philippines and the best is Vietnam followed by Malaysia
The posher the display the more expensive
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ITS REALLY BBQ STEAK WEATHER

Covid-19 brings red meat sector turbulence-

Red meat has been one of the most exposed to the change in eating habits brought about by the coronavirus pandemic. Hannah Binns assesses the impact on producers.

 
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Covid-19 brings red meat sector turbulence

Realignment of red meat supply chains from food service into the retail sector due to Covid-19 restrictions in Europe and

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BANK ON FOOD FOR THE POOR AND THOSE LOSING JOBS

To: Boris Johnson - Prime Minister - H.M. Government

Government Grants to Foodbank Organisations

 
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Christopher Brooks
Government Grants to Foodbank Organisations

Supply Foodbank Organisations with generous grants to ensure adequate supplies of food are maintained by the Foodbanks, especially during the present emergency when donated collections are drying up due to Public acts of Worship in churches being banned and supermarkets suffering from

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ONLY A MINISTRY OF FOOD CAN PROTECT PRODUCERS AND CONSUMERS - FISHING AND FARMING IS MORE THAN A "RURAL AFFAIR" AS MOST FOOD IS PRODUCED ON FARMS

Food Commission can make valuable contribution to trade talks, says expert

A Food Commission made up of industry professionals could make a valuable contribution to the UK’s post-Brexit trade talks, a leading expert has said.

 
Food Commission can make valuable contribution to trade talks, says expert

The NFU has repeatedly called for a commission to be established to make recommendations on how

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WHEN IS AN EGG NOT AN EGG - WHOLE MILK COMES FROM BROWN & WHITE COWS - LAMB CHOPS COMES FROM BLACK AND WHITE SHEEP

Beak-trimming and brutality: is it time to stop buying brown eggs?

Farmers are urging people to buy white eggs, which come from less aggressive hens, to reduce the cruel practice of beak-trimming

White eggs were popular in Britain until the 1970s.

White eggs were popular in Britain until the 1970s. Photograph: Anatoliy Sizov/Getty Images

Shoppers have

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